What Will Space Tourism Be Like?

From suborbital flights to orbital missions to trips around the Moon, space tourism is taking off due to technological advancements such as reusable rockets.

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The Lunar Landers for NASA’s next Trip Back to the Moon

SpaceX, Blue Origin and Dynetics Will Build Human Lunar Landers for NASA’s next Trip Back to the Moon
by Darrell Etherington | TechCrunch

NASA has selected the companies that will provide them with the human landing system for their Artemis Moon missions, including a lander vehicle that will carry astronauts from space to the lunar surface for the first time since 1972. Blue Origin, SpaceX and Dynetics were picked from a larger field of competitors to develop and build human landing systems (HLS) to carry the first woman and the next man to the Moon, a goal which NASA still hopes to accomplish by 2024.

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The Apollo 13 Space Emergency & Safe Return to Earth

April 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the ill-fated Apollo 13 moon mission that almost ended in disaster. Fortunately, the astronauts were able to return safely to the Earth due to the heroic efforts of NASA and the astronauts themselves.

Below is a scene from the movie Apollo 13 that depicts the spectacular launch of this mission. This is followed by an article that provides an overview of this chapter in manned space flight history.

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The New Space Race of the 2020’s

This documentary is about the NASA program to return to the Moon, the space projects of several billionaires, space tourism, and other developments.

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NASA Plans to Establish Bases on the Moon and Mars

Ready for the Next Great Challenge! NASA Unveils Plans for Manned Space Bases on the Moon and Mars
From Sputnik News

NASA’s Artemis programme, named after the Greek goddess of the Moon, is part of an ambitious effort to place astronauts on the lunar surface and develop an ongoing human presence there by 2024.

NASA’s ambitious Artemis programme aimed at returning astronauts to the lunar surface by 2024 has just been expanded even further, aiming to maintain a human presence on the Moon and, potentially, Mars after 2024.

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People Who Predicted the Future with Stunning Accuracy

This covers the predictions of visionaries such as Nikola Tesla, Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, and others who saw the development of self-driving cars, global telecommunications, the Internet, computers, and other aspects of our modern life.

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Exoplanets: Nearby Super-Earth, Worlds with Two Suns

An analysis of cyclical changes in the light spectrum emitted by Proxima Centauri, the star closest to the Sun, suggests it may be orbited by a second planet. This candidate planet orbits Proxima Centauri every 5.2 years and may be a “super-Earth,” with a mass higher than Earth’s, though much lower than that of the Solar System ice giants Uranus and Neptune.

There May Be a “Super-Earth” Orbiting the Nearest Star to the Sun

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Farewell to Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity?

Years ago, one of the world’s brightest physicists, Stephen Hawking predicted that quantum particles will slowly escape black holes, which went against Albert Einstein’s hypothesis that nothing can leave the gravity of these space objects. Fresh findings might confirm the British scientist’s theory.

Will Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity Soon Be Proven False?

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What Did NASA’s New Horizons Probe Discover Around Pluto?

This video report covers the journey of the New Horizons space probe to the dwarf planet Pluto and what it discovered about Pluto’s moons, geological features, and atmosphere.

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What Shape Is the Universe?

A provocative paper published in the journal Nature Astronomy argues that the universe may curve around and close in on itself like a sphere, rather than lying flat like a sheet of paper as the standard theory of cosmology predicts. The authors reanalyzed a major cosmological data set and concluded that the data favors a closed universe with 99% certainty — even as other evidence suggests the universe is flat.

What Shape Is the Universe? A New Study Suggests We’ve Got It All Wrong

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Artificial Intelligence Can Solve Scientific Problems

Over the last few decades, machine learning has revolutionized many sectors of society, with machines learning to drive cars, identify tumors and play chess – often surpassing their human counterparts. Now, a team of scientists have shown that machines can also beat theoretical physicists at their own game, solving complex problems just as accurately as scientists, but considerably faster.

Researchers Develop a Machine Capable of Solving Complex Problems in Theoretical Physics

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America’s Greatest Radionics Innovator

Radionics is a method of healing and diagnosis at a distance that involves the etheric life energy and the fact that everything is connected. Dr. Ruth Drown was one of the pioneers of this field who invented the Radio Vision camera and other instruments. See the following article:

Dr. Ruth Drown – America’s Greatest Radionics Innovator

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The Jump Drive for Interstellar Travel

The jump drive is a faster-than-light propulsion concept that is similar to the idea of teleportation over vast distances. This concept was first suggested in science fiction stories written by Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein. More recently, Dr. Takaaki Musha, a Japanese physicist, has developed a scientific explanation of how the jump drive might actually work. That is the subject of this video report.

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Nuclear Fusion Startup Will Provide ‘Unlimited’ Energy

An Australian fusion startup called HB11, a spin-off from the University of New South Wales, claims to have found a way to revolutionize current nuclear fusion technology, potentially laying the groundwork for a new era of power generation without running the risk of a nuclear meltdown. Fusion has been the holy grail of energy production for decades, but there have been significant technical challenges. HB11 has developed a new approach that is extremely simplified and significantly cheaper.

Nuclear Fusion Startup Claims It’s on the Way to Providing ‘Unlimited’ Energy

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Tic Tac UFOs & Secret Space Program

The famed Tic Tac shaped UFO craft are advanced US Air Force hybrid aerospace vehicles capable of traveling underwater, in the air and into outer space according to a former intelligence specialist. The incredible speeds the craft can achieve both in the atmosphere and underwater is due to its ability to utilize the principle of supercavitation. They also use advanced stealth and invisibility technology.

Tic Tac UFOs Belong to USAF Secret Space Program Says Intelligence Specialist

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